Village Board Meetings


All Village Board meetings are open to the public and governed by a state law called "The Open Public Meetings Act." In Wisconsin, all meetings of governmental bodies at which decisions are made are public meetings, and anyone interested may attend the meeting and observe.  All Village Board meeting agendas and packet materials are posted on the Village of Kronenwetter website.

The Village Board meetings begin at 6:00 PM on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.  They are held at the Village of Kronenwetter Municipal Center in the Board Meeting Room in the basement. The Board takes formal action at these meetings, such as approving contracts, awarding bids, or passing the ordinances that set policy or regulates how the Village operates.

Village Board members also sit on one or more of the Village's committees, commissions, or boards.  These bodies meet once a month or as needed.